"A Doodlin' Song" as written by Carolyn Leigh and Cy Coleman....


Peggy Lee - A Doodlin' Song

Cy Coleman / Carolyn Leigh


Do do-de-oo do-de-oo do-de-oo-de-oo

Do do-de-oo do-de-oo do-de-oo-de-oo

Do do-de-oo do-de-oo do-de-oo-de-oo

Why don't you join the group?

It's better than being a party-poop


Obbligato, pizzicato

Guy Lombardo, it's the craziest

When you noodle with a doodlin' song

Two, three, four

Like it so much, I'll doodle some more


Little softer, Perry Como

Even softer, pianissimo

Say you love me with a doodlin' song

be, see, D

Ooo, what you doodle-de-do to me


Say you love me, really love me

Say you love me true

Say you love me, please believe me

When you do, that makes two who

Go together, bet your boodle

Like the apples in a strudel do

When you noodle with a doodlin' song

What you call a real ball


Do do-de-oo do-de-oo do-de-oo-de-oo

Do do-de-oo do-de-oo, I love you

Do do-de-oo do-de-oo do-de-oo-de-oo


Here we go now, bet your boodle

Like the apples in the strudel do

When we noodle with a doodlin' song


All through, thank you






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"A Doodlin' Song" as written by Cy Coleman Carolyn Leigh

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